Arsene Wenger has expressed his thoughts on how Arsenal performed as a team in the 3-1 victory over Bournemouth.

The Gunners extended their unbeaten run in all competitions to 19 games as goals from Alexis Sanchez and Theo Walcott proved to be enough to see off a battling away side at the Emirates stadium.

It was a much-welcomed win for Wenger who had watched his side draw three straight games in the Premier League and Champions League.

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However, the Arsenal manager insists one aspect of Arsenal’s performance which left him dissatisfied is how the team almost crumbled after Bournemouth scored their controversial equaliser.

“They [Bournemouth] are a tricky side who can keep the ball and, if you’re not well organised, you can be in trouble.” Wenger said in his post-match interview

“On top of that, I felt we started well but when they equalised we were nervous and that’s where having three consecutive draws played a little bit on our minds. At half-time it was down to us to calm down and focus on the game we wanted to play.

“From that moment [the penalty-kick] on, we became nervous and they suddenly because more dynamic going forward. We lost some balls and put ourselves in trouble. We had to calm down at half-time and just focus on the game.”

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